keeker

keeker

(ˈkiːkə)
n
1. someone who peeps, such as a peeping Tom
2. an eye
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According to police, Mohammad Shahid, r/o Chak 482-GB Jagranwan was riding motorcycle towards Sammundri when a speeding coaster hit him to death near Addah Motti Keeker.
KARACHI -- The people of Karachi including women , men , children and Senior citizens will take their volunteers participation roll in installing 2000 keeker trees for greening Karachi and kick- off their first initiative today on Sunday 1st July, 2018 at Hill Park Karachi.
This is supported along with Pagulayan, Keeker, Wixon, Romero, and Fuller [23] work where the main aim in games is to experience everything in it but Desurvire, Caplan, and Toth [37] highlighted the importance of introducing the goals in early stage of the game and should be identified effortlessly.
WAS your grandad a keeker? Or maybe your uncle was an onsetter?
The list includes seniors Taylor Keeker, Katelyn Ohlrich and Tang, sophomores Silvia Colussi-Pelaez, Madeline Gardiner, Taylor Ricci and McMillan, and freshman Shireen Khamedoost.
The supporters' group - dubbed Too Near the Keeker - are a clutch of pals who have been following their team religiously through thick and thin over the past four decades.
* Specific objectives--The objectives of the game should be transmitted clearly and directly to the player (Pagulayan, Keeker, Wixon, Romero, & Fuller, 2003).
It has to convey an appealing attitude to its target audience (Keeker, 2008).
A true pitman poet, he described the working man's lot in poems such as Oakey's Keeker, Nanny's a Mazer, The Durham Lock-Out and The Sheel Raa Flood.
Challenge has been constantly listed as the most important element of a good digital game (Lazzaro & Keeker 2004: 2).
"Kathryn," a second grader who loved horses, had great difficulty distinguishing the "ea" contraction from the letter "a" until she read Keeker and the Sneaky Pony (Higginson, 2006).